RSS   Vulnerabilities for 'Fs-3830n'   RSS

2006-02-19
 
CVE-2006-0789

 

 
Certain unspecified Kyocera printers have a default "admin" account with a blank password, which allows remote attackers to access an administrative menu via a telnet session.

 
 
CVE-2006-0788

 

 
Kyocera 3830 (aka FS-3830N) printers have a back door that allows remote attackers to read and alter configuration settings via strings that begin with "!R!SIOP0", as demonstrated using (1) a connection to to TCP port 9100 or (2) the UNIX lp command.

 

 >>> Vendor: Kyocera 10 Products
Fs-3830n
Ah-k3001v
Ah-k3002v
Xw300k
Xw310k
Xw320k
Xw320kr
Taskalfa 4002i firmware
Taskalfa 6002i firmware
Command center rx


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